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Full name  Alby Patterson
Name  Alby Patterson
1897  Carlton
Years  Club
Original team(s)  Ascot Vale

Alby Paterson Blueseum History of the Carlton Football Club Alby Paterson
Date of birth  (1875-03-04)4 March 1875

Albert Henry 'Alby' Paterson (4 March 1875 – 16 April 1920) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Carlton in the Victorian Football Association (VFA) and Victorian Football League (VFL).

He later moved to the Western Australian goldfields, where he played for Mines Rovers in the Goldfields Football League.

He enlisted in the Australian army in December 1916 and was transported to France to join the 3rd Australian Tunnelling Company during World War I. He contacted pneumonia on 1918 and was discharged from the army in 1919 due to being medically unfit to serve. He died from gas poisoning in April 1920.

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